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The renovated Louis Prang House can be seen in the image. The Prang greeting card factory can be seen to the left and rear in the image. Both were designed by Louis Weissbein. Gardner Street on the left goes down the hill to intersect with Roxbury Street. Streetcar tracks can be seen on Centre Street. The Folsom studio is on Alleghany Street in Roxbury.
A.H. Folsom, Photographer, 48 Alleghany St. Boston, Mr. Prang's House (stamped)
Purchased from Charles Wood III 8/15/23. Louis Prang House, Centre Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts. Copy neg # 14134-B (handwritten)
Oversize photograph number OVP0217
1 photographic print : albumen, mounted ; 16 7/8 x 12 3/8
General photographic collection
12 3/8 x 16 7/8 (HxW)(inches)
Roxbury (Boston, Suffolk county, Massachusetts) [neighborhood]
Folsom, A. H. (Augustine H.), 1800-1910 (Photographer)
Weissbein, Louis, 1831-1913 (Architect)
Prang, Louis, 1824-1909
Centre Street (Roxbury, Mass.)
Alleghany Street (Roxbury, Mass.)
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